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ABC
Sep 17, 2010 12:05am PDT
made the movie in boston which is where you always make the movies, i mean, really. what's going on there? is there some sort of -- you have to make movies there, or you're afraid if you do it in another city, when you go back, they'll beat you up and kill you? >> i am comfortable with boston, because you just have to get used to a play where at least in my experience, a compliment sounds something like, up know, i used to think you were a real [ bleep ]. all right. am i right? that feels pretty good, right? you know where you stand. >> jimmy: yeah, you do. people -- what -- what happened to people in boston? how did they wind up like that? because i never knew -- like, dicky barrett, our announcer is from boston. and he's the friendliest of the batch. and he'll punch new the face and hit but a beer bottle. >> there's great people in boston. we went through and did these open castings, right, because we wanted to get people to be in the movie who were not actors. we would get 1,000 people in the shot. we found some amazing people. and occasionally there were people that stalked u
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 12:35am EDT
. co-wrote it. and directed it. stars in it. it's shot in boston. which, believe it or not, ben affleck -- [ cheers ] ben affleck has some pull in boston. >> jimmy: he has some pull in boston. he does. i mean, it's you. jeremy renner's amazing. blake lively. and ben. the acting in the movie, too. >> rebecca hall. chris cooper. the cast is outstanding. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. >> it's kind of an old school, low-fi action cops and robbers movie. and we had a blast making it. >> jimmy: yeah. and basically, like yeah. these guys, ben and his group of friends. yeah, from charleston, right? >> charlestown, yeah. a tiny one-square-mile place in boston that's this neighborhood where, like, a hugely disproportionate number of bank robbers come from. so, everyone knows, kind of, when there's a bank robbery, where you start looking. and i play the fbi character who's tasked with finding these guys. >> jimmy: it's so fun. it's such a fun movie, 'cause, like, they're putting on masks and they're holding up banks and it gets tricky. and it's good. >> yes. and we got to shoot in fenway park, which
KBCW
Sep 19, 2010 8:00am PDT
, april. you did what? >> ran the boston marathon. no big deal. >> you have done it? >> my 40th consecutive running. not all in boston. the first in boston and the last in boston. maybe 20 or 30 in boston. >> i am thinking 26 miles. anyway, you did it. here is the point. a lot of people would say what does he know because you're 80? and he is in good shape, but i'm not and i don't want to be around at 100. i don't want to go down that road. >> it is a choice. it is not fate. how you're going to be, if you're going to be when you're 100 or 80 or 60 depends on you. we all get this idea somebody is in charge. the only person that is in charge is the person that looks back at you in the mirror in the morning. you have to make the decisions, d i want it? then you have to know how to do it. >> my mother had arthritis. i'm going to have it. >> 15%. >> that is it? >> it makes a little different. you get a bunch of twins and line them up and if genetics is critical they die simultaneously but they don't. they die six years apart. it aren't the cards you dealt, it is how you play the hand
CBS
Sep 27, 2010 4:30am EDT
. you know, i used to live in boston so there's that tie, too. but it is a great movie. >> i haven't seen any so i have to take your word. film critic ashley morrison in new york for us this morning. >> anything. >> thank you so much. good to see you. >>> just ahead on the morning news, a frightening emergency landing caught on tape. plus clergy crisis, embattled bishop eddie long vows to fight sex allegations. this is the "cbs morning news." subway has breakfast. and it's a slam dunk. i like my breakfast sandwich with green peppers, onion, banana peppers and mustard. i like eggs with black forest ham on wheat. with everything. i like a little kick. that's a good call. i like mine with egg whites. and... a napkin. [ male announcer ] have you built your better breakfast? now's the time! try our better-for-you western egg white muffin melt or the dee-licious double bacon egg and cheese on toasty flatbread. subway. build your better breakfast. i love my grandma. i love you grandma. grandma just makes me happy. ♪ to know, know, know you grandma is the bestest. the total package. gran
NBC
Sep 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
in their own division since buck showalter has arrived. the orioles beat boston last night. brian matusz, what a turnaround since buck showalter has arrived. first inning, freezes j.d. drew. runners on the corners. fastball, he is out of there. matusz out of the inning. luke scott, gone. 26 home run for scott as the orioles beat boston 5-2, a major blow to boston. the ravens have just increased their depth at quarterback by acquiring joshed wils wison. the ravens send a conditional draft pick to seattle. wilson is a speedster. he arrived in seattle in 2007. his speed makes up for the loss th.dominique fox worwor wilson will likely not play in the preseason finale. we have the call for you on the game right here. i'm gerry sandusky. i hope your day is off to a fantastic start. . >> thank you. coming up in the next half-hour -- >> an elderly woman is raped. police are now looking for a suspect. we will have the latest on the investigation. >> a look at how state and local officials are bracing for hurricane earl. >> we will give you the latest track guidance on earl and talk about our own seven-
ABC
Sep 3, 2010 11:00pm EDT
shoreline, the waves are getting higher. >> we will take it. >> in maize are sandbagging boston's south shore. -- inmates are sandbagging boston's south shore. >> we're expecting heavy rain. >> on long island, they are boarding up windows. the outer banks were slammed overnight and early friday. a mile per hour winds and torrential rains. >> it is almost like you are in a sandstorm. >> coastguard vessels were tossed like toys in a bathtub. the rain was relentless. >> the rain was hitting be when it so hard. >> in areas normally packed with labor day tourists, it looked like wetlands. >> all you need are the right trees to be knocked down and people will be without power. >> the surf and when currents forced beaches to close in maryland. swimmers were allowed in late in the day. >> i am not going in the water. it will kill you. >> some say they are sticking out the storm. >> north carolina governor says per state jobs the bullet. some homes are without power, but there are is no injuries or major damage. >>> tropical storm beryl has affected weekend travel plans for thousands. amtrak has
FOX News
Sep 30, 2010 3:00pm EDT
city and across long island and toward boston, with trees down because of this. so we have a rough night ahead. new york city is not seeing it but it will pull into new york this afternoon and evening. >>shepard: by the time it is time to fly it will be fine in newark, right? >>reporter: tomorrow morning you could be delayed and get out around 12:00 noon. >>shepard: thank you, sir. a big day at the white house. fox is confirmed president obama will tomorrow morning announce the chief of staff, rahm emanuel, is stepping down and the resignation is reportedly effective immediately. rahm emanuel is expected to run for mayor of chicago and according to the associated press he will leave washington this weekend so he can start campaigning monday. but the departure leave as hole in the obama administration because the chief of staff runs the day-to-day operations at the white house and the gatekeeper at the oval office. our man at the white house, mike, the reality for the chief of staff, if he wants to be mayor he needs to get to work. >>reporter: no question. rahm emanuel is famous at
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 5:30pm PDT
featured at this boston gallery. his talent may never have been discovered without artists for humanity. >> these are kids from across boston who come from under- served families and neighborhoods in crisis. how are you doing? >> reporter: 19 years ago, artist susan rogerson created the after school and summer program to teach art and the art of the deal. the kids are encouraged to sell what they make. >> we're really engaging them in real work for hire that helps to support them. >> reporter: their pieces range from $100 to $5,000. one project earned a $65,000 commission. last year alone, the teens raked in $500,000. on average, kids get half of the profits, the rest is poured back into the program and the community. >> look at this. boston right across. no other city has a bike rack like this. >> reporter: the bike racks they designed are all over boston and other art work has landed at logan airport. from here, many careers have taken off. this is real. >> this is the real deal. >> reporter: alumni stan sanon is now a graphic designer for sportswear giant reebok. >> it was about poss
FOX News
Sep 9, 2010 9:00am EDT
the kids can stay. >> peter: me, too. cute looking shot there, 9:00, new york, breaking news out of boston, learning about the new england patriots all pro quarterback tom brady involved in a car wreck a short time ago, according to boston, brady was shaken but did not go to the hospital. it involved a red ford mini van, rescuers required to use the jaws of life. the driver of that mini van, reportedly taken to a hospital for treatment. there's one report out of boston that says brady went to gillette stayed tpoupl morning workouts. more from boston. there's the intersection now. more from boston as we get it. breaking news on "america's newsroom". >>> you want headline? here's the headline for you, america. is the u.s. losing its competitive edge? now ranking fourth among 139 countries. the world economic forum citing a trillion dollars decifit, public distrust of government, and rising debt as the reasons for that slide. $13 trillion, that's a lot of numbers. good morning, everybody, i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom". martha: good morning, thank you for starting our mornin
KBCW
Sep 20, 2010 10:00pm PDT
and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth. immigrant in boston, is speaking about her situation for the first time president obama's aunts who has been living as inillegal immigrant in boston is speaking about her situation for the first time. she has been living in public housing and receiving disability. after a successfully fighting deportation, she was granted -- in the united states earlier this year. she tells a station in boston that she didn't ask for public assistance and that her ne ph ep did not influence officials. >> i did not ask for it. they gave it to me. >> she says that when she came to the u.s., she had planned to leave but got sick and was hospitalized. she says after that, she couldn't afford to leave. >>> it's been a career move. mark says he will give up $30 million of his severance package from hugh lit pack arrested. he is doing it to settle a suit after he was hired to be copresident. he was forced to resign last month in the wake of a sexual harassment investigation. >>> michael vick made his appearance yesterday, first one, since being jail
MSNBC
Sep 11, 2010 11:00am EDT
that was crashed into the world trade center was hijacked from boston this morning. it was american airlines flight 11 en route from boston to los angeles. we had reports it had been diverted to jfk, and a short time later, perhaps while landing at jfk, it veered dramatically into the world trade center. >> all air travel has been stopped. airports have been closed across the country. to planes departing and en route, it is unclear if they've made emergency landings or if they're reaching their final destinations. the white house, the state department, the cia have been evacuated. of course, many, many buildings in manhattan, in lower manhattan have been evacuated as well. >> and transatlantic flights to this country are being diverted to canada. still no clailim of responsibity that ihis veriable or credible at this time. yasser arafat has condemned this attack saying it's shocking and appalling. >> of course, we should mention back in february of 1993 was when that bomb went off in the garage of the world trade center, killing six people, injuring 1,000 people. and that, of course, was an unbelie
PBS
Sep 28, 2010 7:00pm PDT
speed track between boston to washington, d.c., that can handle trains going more than 200 miles per hour. the project would require a new set of tracks and could carry more than 33 million passengers a year, almost triple the number of riders who now use that corridor. amtrak says a combination of public and private money would be needed to roll out the service, but so far there's no plan to raise the money. >> susie: this is a story we found on the way to another story. it's about a start-up company, an iphone app and a new way of getting things done. maybe you've found it in your travels. stephanie dhue explains. >> reporter: taximagic is changing the way people call for cabs. with a smart phone, you can type in where you are and get a message back that the cab's on its way and track its arrival. >> we got a message the taxi's been dispatched. it's floyd norman, and he's 1.5 miles away, and i say, "cool." >> reporter: sanders partee helped start the company three years ago with one customer, red top cab in northern virginia. its c.o.o., george pakidis, says its a hit. already one
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 11:00pm EDT
-- is an island nation, the ladies should have the upper hand. a 9-1 billion at boston's fenway guarantees they will have a record -- a 9-1 win at boston's fenway guarantees there will have a record. it will find a corner and squeeze past the polls and gone, for a three-run homer. butz got into left field brings it. a live markets -- a luke scott into left field brings it. near fatal blow to boston's long-shot playoff chance tonight. for those of you that do not know much about eastern washington's playoff team cala after reassured to you, you will never forget their field. they debuted in their new readfield. do not adjust your tv set. it is really that read and that awful looking. the school chose the read field to draw more attention to the schools program. eventually, the color will fade and eastern washington becomes the risk of becoming the school with the speonk footold gibbs c. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering
NBC
Sep 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
, in sports, a freshman quarterback from maryland lead. the hokies get defensive against boston college. and albert haynesworth breaks his media silence. hear what he has to right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good scols. it's a tradition here in marynd-- and why in these tough times i've put education first. we've made record investments in our classrooms... doled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen colge tuition for four years in a w. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in the nation. when it comes to expanding opportunity in every neighborhood, i know that we must do even better. >>> flames tore through a northern virginia mall this morning and damaged businesses. it took crews hours to get the flames under control in the building in falls church. several businesses including a hair salo insurance office were damaged. the roof partially collapsed as firefighters put the fire out. that prompted them to evacuate the building but fortunately, no one was hurt.
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 11:00pm EDT
like new york, boston and baltimore. >> local travelers in the area will gain further access to the system. the airline indicates it plans to continue its growth across the nation. >> reporter: frequent flyers fear as the competition goes down fares will go up. >> my first thought when i heard they would merge. losing competition. i'm concerned about rates. >> reporter: we checked air fare watch dog.com. they said nonstop route that are served by both airtran and southwest will go up such as boston to baltimore and boston to orlando that sells for $39 each way lately. in general i don't believe fares will go up to unreasonable levels, end quote. one big change, airtran charges $20 for each first checked bag. southwest said it'll drop that fee. overall passengers fear their wallets will take a hit. >> i thought it was a good idea at first and now i'm worried because it may drive up the prices. >> reporter: the deal won't be final until 2012. a spokesman said the merger may attract others to operate out of the airport especially since july marks it's doesiest month ever. cher
CBS
Sep 19, 2010 11:00pm PDT
office this weekend. affleck's crime drama set in boston opened big... ...taking in almost 24-million dollars. "easy-a" was second earning about 18-million dollars. "devi ben affleck's drama in boston was big. $24million. we'll be right back. finally >>> we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] jerry brown's good old days. but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth.
MSNBC
Sep 11, 2010 9:00am EDT
from boston to los angeles, but we're just getting initial reports of that. again, we must tell you that we're trying to get as much information, but it is trickling in at a very slow pace. so, all of this is unconfirmed. and, of course, speculation of a terrorist attack is unconfirmed although that is what some pentagon officials are saying. let's go to president bush right now. >> unfortunately, we'll be going back to washington after my remarks. secretary rod pace and the lieutenant governor will take the podium and discuss education. i do want to thank the folks ar here at the booker elementary school for their hospitality. today we've had an national tragedy. two airplanehave crashed into the world trade center in an apparent terrorist attack on our country. i have spoken to the vice president, to the governor of new york, to the director of the fbi, and have ordered that the full resources of the federal government go to help the victims and their families, and to conduct a full-scale investigation, to hunt down and to find those folks who committed this act. terrorism against
Univision
Sep 23, 2010 6:00pm EDT
astros en el cierre de la serie. y en boston, david ortiz sonÓn un jonron de tres carreras e impulsÓ un total de cuatro anotaciones, john lackey quebrÓ su peor racha de derrotas y los medias rojas de boston evitaron la barrida al vencer anoche 6-1 a los orioles de baltimore. hasta aqui los deportes, mas ho. laenterala vla venterala vidtern
NBC
Sep 1, 2010 4:00am EDT
. boston, massachusetts, amazing we're not talking much about this heat wave. an incredible heat wave mid 90s from the carolinas northward up to maine. the same areas that have to deal with earl are dealing with a major heat wave today. >>> lynn, we'll try to give you updates later in the show if anything new comes in on earl. >> all right, bill. thank you. >>> wall street says good-bye to august, text stocks stumble and why you can't call champagne champagne. >>> plus, these actors are not hollywood's most profitable. we'll tell you who is. >>> and electrifying debut for a reds' rookie. and manny speaks, but did anyone understand him? you're watching "early today". >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." some of your top headlines this morning. president obama opens a two-day summit aimed at brokering a palestini palestinian/israeli peace agreement. he will host benetanyahu and abbas. the first talks in nearly two years. >>> and the white house is appealing to both sides of not letting yesterday's shooting of four israel yi yiis derail the . >>> and lisa murkowski has concede
CBS
Sep 12, 2010 6:00am PDT
in hollywood and he's a pretty big name back in his hometown of boston as well. this morning russ mitchell will be paying him a visit. >> reporter: he's won an oscar for screen writing at age 25 and has acted in more than 30 hollywood films. >> you know, directing is great. action! >> reporter: and now ben affleck, the local boy made good, has come home to boston to prove himself all over again. >> i don't think anything good isn't scary i found. at times i've been scared. the times i've been forced to work have been the best experiences for me. >> reporter: later on sunday morning on the town with actor, writer and director ben affleck. >> osgood: the curtain is rising on a whole new season at the movies. this morning bill whitaker has some coming attractions. >> reporter: hollywood always saves the best for last. this fall offering a pan plooe of pictures and performances from songs... ♪... some sequels. >> harry potter. >> reporter: something for everyone. join us for a sneak peek at hollywood's fall lineup later this sunday morning. >> osgood: here are the headline for this sunday mo
MSNBC
Sep 22, 2010 5:00am EDT
, exceptionally warm. a lot warmer. yesterday was a chilly start in boston. and the only chili air is from billings up to the dakotas. we did have showers and thunderstorms as expected in chicago. this morning they're rolling down near st. louis. we're also going to see scattered showers around buffalo this morning in northern new england. overall though i think the heat is the biggest weather story of the day. kind of like a heat pump. the winds turn southerly and that's just making all that moisture and all that humidity and all that heat spread through the southeast and up through the mid-atlantic today. it'll be a little shock to the system for some. here's that st. louis radar as i mentioned, just light rain for you right now. heavier storms, it looks like it just developed north of kansas city. the white dots are active lightning strikes. you could be watching a little bit of downpour activity especially the east side of the city this morning. as far as the rain forecast goes, watch out. as far as the forecast goes, heat on the east coast. very unusual end. >> extended summer. bill,
SFGTV2
Sep 10, 2010 11:00pm PDT
hellmuth, director of technology and online communications, joined together, boston university school of public health, boston, massachusetts; dr. farrokh alemi, professor of health, systems administration, school of nursing and health studies, georgetown university, washington, d.c. about 23 million people throughout the country have a problem with alcohol or elicit drugs in the united states. only about 4 million of those have said that they pursued treatment. so that leaves an incredible gap, dr. alemi. what can the online services bring to the need to provide more addiction treatment services? online services can do a great deal. they can reach people that are rural. they can reach people inside cities that have difficulty commuting. i know a lot of psychiatrists that see their patients on the phone. when we talk about online, we don't just think about computers. we think about both phone and computers. but what online services do is not just reach the person. they also change the content of counseling. counselors usually see patients periodically. online counselors see the patien
SFGTV2
Sep 18, 2010 8:30am PDT
first to introduce margaret cooley who writes nonfiction and poetry. also with us from boston but having stepped off the plain from dublina daniel to be lynn a writer at emer son college. i want to start by reflecting back that those of you folks endeavored to reveal hidden histories of your family lives. we have spoken in advanced of today's conversation. it's clear to me you pursued the stories of your families histories for decades through genealogical work and writing and reflection. i'm wondering if can describe how you dot work you do and where the seeds of your curiousity, how they were planted and want compelled you to do this work. >> i would say that i was have much inspired since i lived in san francisco, california. we are a country of immigrants. in san francisco in particular, we have so many first generation americans. my husband is just became an american citizen a couple of months ago. i have friendlieds who are first generation from vietnam. palestine, israel. mexico, as i watch them struggling with their cultural identities and trying to maintain the identities and ha
CSPAN
Sep 12, 2010 2:00am EDT
controller at boston center and military liaison. >> i will start off with a question for all of you. answer in whatever order you want to. you do not necessarily need to go down the line. on september 11th, it took some time for the air traffic facilities and the military to figure out what was happening. i would like to hear from each of you, how did you figure out what was happening on that day? >> good morning. >> sorry. before we get into the first question -- sorry about this. before we get into the first question. why do you not all tell the audience a little bit about yourself and what you were doing that day? where y were at, what was expected? let's set the stage. >> on 9/11, was the air traffic controller at the washington national air trans. i was responsible for their departure from the capital going eased down. it was a crazy day. -- going eastbound. it was a crazy day. >> i was the national operations manager on 9/11. that is a position located in the washington area that has overarching authority over the nation's airspace. that was my chart on that day, the safe and efficien
CSPAN
Sep 11, 2010 8:00pm EDT
, the national commander at the faa command center on 9/11. and the air traffic controller at boston center and military liaison. >> i will start off with a question for all of you. answer in whatever order you want to. you do not necessarily nd to go down the line. on september 11th, it took some time for the a traffic facilities and the military to figure out what was happening. i would like to hear from each of you, how did you figure out what was happening on that day? >> good morning. >> sorry. before we get into the first question -- sorry about this. before we get into the first question. why do you not all tell the audience a little bit about yourself and what you were doing that day? where you were at, what was expected? let's set the stage. >> on 9/11, was the air traffic controller at the washington national air trans. i was responsible for their departure from the capital going eased down. it was a crazy day. -- going eastbound. it was a crazy day. >> i was the national operations manager on 9/11. that is a position lated in the washington area that has overarching authority ove
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 4:00am PDT
, this is "early today." in sports, the boston red sox hosted the chicago white sox yesterday. and of course i have the sox on this one. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. last week the chicago white sox took a chance on manny ramirez. now they're riding a six game win streak after sweeping the red sox. we go to boston. chicago down to its final out of the ninth. rbi single to center tied it at 5. moments later, sacks full and the white sox took the lead, went on to win it 7-5 for their first sweep at fenway in 19 years. >>> rangers and twins. texas down two. sacks full in the ninth. vladimir guerrero, ground ball. hudson saw michael young wandering, got him to end the game. but here's the controversy. the umpire called him out because he touched his third base coach. he can't do that. it's called runner interference. ball game over. here's the replay. looked like he was right. a very slight touch, none the less, they made contact. rangers loss in a bizarre finish. to florida, a high fly to center. incredible grab. however, two runs tag on the
ABC
Sep 5, 2010 11:00pm PDT
and the third round and that's at tpc boston. he was going to chip it in and sure enough he does. 67 for lefty and he is 12 under. to 18 and after hitting into the hazard and it stays at 16 under. he is one back of jason and 15 for birdie. it drops into 17 under and he carves a 68. monday is the final round. nascar's sprint cup series and the night belongs to tony stewart. he had his first victory since october of last year. carl edwards takes second and jimmie johnson is third. only one race remains until the chase are to the sprint cup championship. and the playoff, winners over boston improves to 15, 3 and 5. and it was their first ever win in houston. hue son used to be the -- houston used to be the san -- san jose earthquakes. >>> that is it. i'm alan wang. for leigh, shu, and all of us, thanks for staying up late. good night, everyone. [ female announcer ] back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicious sweet filling my kids will love. plus i get two boxtops for their school. toaster strudel. the one kids want
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2010 5:30am EDT
. >> this is about it for the summer. >> that's depressing. >> i know it is. yesterday was a warm day from boston down to atlanta. fall moves in for tomorrow. some showers out there this morning racing through new england. if you're in hartford, providence, boston, any of those areas in new england, you may have a quick shower. it may only last about 15 or 20 minutes. bring the umbrella with you. new york city, maybe a spishgel or two. for the most part, it will be dry. here is how the forecast is going to shake out for today. we will see sunshine later this morning after these clouds blow through. this is above average and tomorrow, everything changes. pittsburgh, only 72. that's the air that's coming to the east coast for your thursday. the big weather story overnight has been in texas. that's where horrendous flooding has been undergoing. one person was killed in killeen, texas. i-35 is closed southbound heading down from dallas. and dallas/ft. worth is going to get soaked this morning. i'm sure there will be major airport delays there, also. rainfall estimates of 7 to 8 inches of rain overnig
MSNBC
Sep 11, 2010 10:00am EDT
york of wnbc. you talk about this plane from boston to los angeles. the reports are it was being diverted to jfk. and just for people who aren't familiar with the ggraphy of this are the southern tip of manhattan would be very much near the flight, the landing pattern for jfk airport. it could have been easy for a hijacker to pretend that he was taking that plane to jfk and veer off at the last minute. >> i heard one eyewitness say that over washington square, which in the lower reaches of manhattan, you s a plane go over it about 1,000 feet. apparently the american airlines flight and then do what he described as a sharp right turn right toward the world trade center. he then lost sight of it. >> and one eyewitness in this a.p. report says he was getting off a path train to the world trade center and saw bodies falling out of the building. as he approached it. police told him to get out of the building immediately. he ran outside and watched people jump out of the first building. and then thereas a second explosion. >> this footage we're seeing right now shows that the damag is
SFGTV
Sep 13, 2010 3:00pm PDT
.p.w. and boston properties to maintain justin herman plaza and this bocce ball court if accepted will continue to be maintained as it is currently. supervisor maxwell: any other colts? supervisor chiu and then supervisor mar. supervisor chiu: so the local 61 students and apprentices willing involved in constructing the field and the boston properties is the, kind of course the management of the area. is local 261 going to be involved with any of the maintenance of the courts afterwards? >> yes. supervisor mar: yes. supervisor maxwell: supervisor chiu? supervisor chiu: just closing comments. first i want to address some of the issues that were raised in public comment. ernestine, i am very open to considering a business improvement district for the downtown area as i have a strong proponent in fisherman's whatever and other parts of the district and i have let the business community and property owners know that if that is of interest they would need -- i would need their support to move forward with that. i think it's approximately important to emphasize that this is a gift we can give back. i
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 4:30am EDT
england, boston right now 62 degrees. new york city, 61. washington, d.c., 63. and atlanta, checking in at 68. we still have the heat, however, as we move out into the southwest, phoenix 93, and cooler temperatures in the pacific northwest. now, as far as the moisture across the country, we are watching several areas here especially the high plains around the great lakes and also watching tropical moisture in the southern gulf of mexico. that is a tropical depression that we'll have to watch, it could become hermine, but it will bring squally concerns in to south texas. today new york 81, washington, d.c. looking good at 84. atlanta, 89. dallas, about 93 degrees for your high temperature. cloudy, cool, rainy in the pacific northwest, but look for high temperatures right around 62 degrees. so that's your labor day forecast. back to work here as we move in to your tuesday. looking unsettled here in the lone star state, showers and thunderstorms continue to cool seattle. new england, temperatures will warm up. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a look at the weather
NBC
Sep 10, 2010 4:30am EDT
. >>> when tom brady was involved in a two-car accident near his boston home. according to reports brady t-boned a van who went through a red light. good thing he showed up. he signed a four-year $72 million contract extension making him the highest played player in nfl history. now he's got money to buy a new car. >>> albert pujols. st. louis up 7-3 after four. teammate kobe rasmus must have been taking notes himself. jose bautista leads all of baseball. in his 44th against the rangers unfortunately for toronto, not enough. texas won it, 4-2. >>> we go to denver. five runs down from cincinnati. tulowitzki. nick on the mound. took a look at second and chris nelson stole home. here it is again. mass sit knew smog was up. he didn't know what. they beat the first-place reds, 6-5. that's your early look at sports on "early today." have a great weekend. i'm fred roggin. >>> well, james franco sets the record straight about himself. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, one special delivery that gives hope to anyone who's ever lost something in the mail. you're
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